Amphibians are vertebrates that live near fresh water. They live part of their life in water and part on land. Amphibians have slippery skin which must be kept moist or they will die.

Some amphibians have four legs and a tail, like the salamander. Others, like the frog or toad, have longer and more robust legs. Amphibians are carnivores. They breathe through lungs but they can also breathe through their skin.

They are oviparous. The offspring are very different from the adults and undergo changes called metamorphoses. Gonzalo Aldudo, 4° de Primaria.

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